Why does AMD continually download updates that do not apply to my antiquated E300 system?
How can I stop them?
do you mean automatic windows driver updates? THATS MICROSOFT!or did you checked automated-driver-update? use DDU and install latest working driver for E-3XX systems
Thanks for your reply.
I tried many times to accept the update and the installer each time has stated that it did not apply to my HP 2000 system bought while I needed to deal with the estate of a deceased relative and the integrated AMD graphic system was integrated into the E300 CPU which incidentally is all Walmart asked for the laptop.
It did what I needed and has defused to die and despite the lame (cheap) processor does (slowly) do what I need for basic tasks.
The attachment shows only AMD as the source, not MS and unchecking the update box doesn't stop the downloads.
please tell me WHAT programm downloads those installs?can you please check if you have this folder C:/AMD/wu-ccc20. download latest WORKING driver for your APU (i think this is legacy-driver)1. download "DDU" (displaydriveruninstaller)2. DISABLE automatic driver update3. run DDU in safe-mode (this will restart PC)4. clean your driver and restart5. install latest WORKING driver and restart
I'll send you a sample tomorrow, I'm on an Android tablet right now, thanks.
I'm using DriverEasy to update drivers, and every couple weeks I get an AMD Radeon R7 M440 update that's about 637.4 MB. Working with DSL it takes a couple hours to download.
It’s going from Version 25.20.15025.1002 to Version 25.20.15027.1003. Where do I find details on what the update provides?
USERERROR!why using stuff like DriverEasy? that is crap!with win10 you can use auto-driver install or with win7 you stick to the drivers given by mobo website
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